On Tuesday, Berkeley broke ground on Harper Crossing, 42 affordable homes for low-income seniors at 3132 Martin Luther King Jr. Way (between Woolsey and Fairview) in the heart of the Lorin District.
Several city officials and community-based developers broke ground Tuesday on a $16 million affordable senior housing facility in South Berkeley’s Adeline Corridor, making it one of few located in the area.
SAHA’s Harper Crossing will break ground on 42 new affordable rental homes to low-income seniors in Berkeley.
We look forward to the work of creating new homes and greater impact in the new year, and as we reflect on our recent work at Satellite Affordable Housing Associates (SAHA), we are reminded of how thankful we are for supporters like you.
Rising rents and a shortage in housing stock continue to put a squeeze on Sonoma, a community where the majority of its workforce lives outside the city limits.
Join Satellite Affordable Housing Associates on Tuesday, February 23 for the Groundbreaking Ceremony of Harper Crossing in Berkeley.
The Oakland Food Policy Council (OFPC) and City Slicker Farms have released “Cultivating Resistance: An Urban Agriculture Toolkit to Support Oakland’s Independent Food System”, a free booklet that guides residents through the policies that currently govern urban agriculture practices.
California Economic Summit reports on the effect the widening affordability gap is having on the senior population, and how projects like SAHA's Tower Park are helping.
Article in The Daily Californian about the recent renovation of Strawberry Creek Lodge.
SAHA's partnership with CTN and ReliaTech is an amazing opportunity for us to address the low computer literacy and internet usage among low-income affordable housing residents.